Thanksgiving – a history and time to reflect by Kaye Spencer #westernfictioneers #thanksgiving

The Legends of America website and the article “The American Tradition of Thanksgiving”, compiled and edited by Dave Alexander, 2017, offers a nice explanation of

The Erie Canal by Kaye Spencer #westernfictioneers #AmericanHistory

With the opening of the Erie Canal on October 26, 1825, the Great Lakes was connected with Atlantic Ocean via the Hudson River. This was

Remembering Marty Robbins by Kaye Spencer #westerns #countrymusic #classiccountry #WesternFictioneers

Marty Robbins has a birthday anniversary this month—his 93rd, in fact. But, sadly, Marty died on December 8, 1982. He’d suffered his third serious heart

Kaye Spencer at Western Fictioneers – Brief history of corncob pipe #westernfictioneers

On July 9, 1878, Henry Tibbe, a Dutch immigrant woodworker, received a patent for an improved corn cob pipe. According to legend, the corn cob

Kaye Spencer at Western Fictioneers’ blog: Thomas Eakins, American realist painter #MFRWauthor #westernart

Please take a couple of minutes to stop by the Western Fictioneers’ website to read my regularly featured monthly post. My topic this month is western artists,

Kaye Spencer at Western Fictioneers’ blog: Rio Grande Gorge #New Mexico #MFRWauthor

 Join me at the Western Fictioneers’ website for my regularly featured monthly post. My topic is the Rio Grande Gorge near Taos, New Mexico. Follow

Kaye Spencer blogging at Western Fictioneers about a childhood book – ‘A Horse for Henry’ #MFRWauthors #EQuills

Today is my regularly featured guest post at Western Fictioneers. Stop by and read about a treasured childhood book called A Horse for Henry. This

Archaeology journals as research tools – Kaye blogging at Western Fictioneers

Interested in Old West history and Native Americans? Want to know more about the history of the Comanche nation? Then stop by Western Fictioneers. http://westernfictioneers.blogspot.com/2014/06/archaeology-journals-as-research-by.html

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